FIJI NEWS
November 20, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Unnecessary loss of water still remains an area of concern for Water Authority of Fiji.

The Authority’s chief executive, Opetaia Ravai said that significant amount of water is lost through leakages and illegal water connections in Fiji.

“Before looking at new water source opportunities, WAF’s aim is to reduce water loss first,” Ravai said.

He also added that development is being hindered in Fiji due to infrastructure abuse.

Meanwhile, WAF is upgrading its facilities to secondary high standards and its project on sludge treatment at Kinoya.

By Indrani Krishna

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